Russia visa for Spaniards

Russia visa for Spaniards

iVisa | Updated on May 23, 2021

It is not allowed to acquire an electronic visa for Russia at the moment. Still, iVisa can assist you with the invitation letter as long as the destination is far-east Russia (the rule applies only to that region). In order for you to get a consular visa, you need an invitation letter for both tourism and business purposes. With iVisa’s help, Spaniards can get that letter in as little as two hours by just simply following few simple steps.

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What do you need to provide?

iVisa will assist Spaniards to easily posses an invitation letter and get through the whole application process. Just do your part by simply submitting the needed documents. iVisa can begin the process one you have all the needed below:

  • Valid passport – chances are that you already posses one. Just make sure that you take a look at its expiry date. Additionally, the passport needs to be valid for at least another six months from your date of arrival in Russia. If it is is not, your application will be denied.

  • Valid e-mail address – after processing, iVisa will send you the invitation letter via e-mail. It is extremely important to provide a valid e-mail address. Make sure that the spelling is correct. Otherwise, your visa may end up to someone else or nowhere at all.

  • Proof of accommodation – you can produce such evidence by uploading a hotel booking, Airbnb confirmation, or you can upload a letter from a host in Russia.

  • Arrival and departure date

  • Number of entries you wish to make

  • Proof of finance – this is not always required, but a bank statement should suffice.

  • Business card – this applies to people who want to travel to Russia on a business visa.

  • Mode of payment – you need to pay the service fee before submitting your application. For convenience, iVisa accepts PayPal in addition to credit/debit cards payment.

How Spaniards can apply?

Once you have collected all the documents, you can start completing the online form which only consists of three steps. Also, iVisa has a customer support that is conveniently available 24/7, ready to take your call in case you need any assistance

To start off, Spaniards needs to provide some general information. Then select the type of your invitation letter (single-entry or double-entry tourist, business) and the processing time. Those factors will help determine the cost of your visa so take note of that.

The next step will ask Spaniards to review the information provided and make the payment. The revision is really more crucial than people thought about it since it is impossible to do corrections after the application is processed.

The last step will ask you to upload additional documents. The number and type of the document will be case to case basis. Once all steps have been completed, simply hit submit and wait for the invitation letter.

Processing time and fees

As mentioned previously, the visa cost depends on the type of the letter you want and processing time. Luckily for you, iVisa comes with three processing time:

  • Standard – your application will be processed within one business day when you select this option and it will cost you only $25.

  • Rush – the timeframe is reduced to 6 hours this time, and you will be charged $50 for your letter.

  • Super Rush – if you are in urgent situation, you can select this option for $75. Your application processed within just 2 hours.

The fees mentioned previously to a single-entry tourist visa. For a double-entry visa, the processing time remains the same, but the price increases to $10 for each processing time. The business invitation letter processing time changes to 3, 2, and 1 business day. As for the fee, you will be charged $75, $100, and $125 respectively.

Spaniards will need to go to the Russian embassy for an interview once the invitation letter arrives. Do not forget to print letter you receive from iVisa in color. Some additional documents might be needed as well so it is best if you call the embassy to get that information. The requirements may differ on a case-by-case basis, so it is better to know directly from the source.

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